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Ms. Daly Hull (4th Gr. Teacher)
Hello and welcome!
My name is Daly Hull and this is my first year teaching at Prospect Elementary. I've lived in Idaho most of my life, attending and graduating from the Boise School District. I come from a long line of University of Idaho Vandals, so it's no surprise that I attended the university myself. I hold a B.S. in Elementary Education and an endorsement in Literacy. Although the great state of Idaho is where I was born and raised, I love exploring the world around me. I spent a semester studying in Reading, England to gain a new viewpoint on educational systems around the world. After graduating, I moved across the country to the Mississippi Delta. I taught third, fourth, and fifth grade in a rural Delta school for two years. While there, I also worked with the Sunflower County Freedom Project throughout the summer months teaching seventh, eighth, and ninth grade mathematics. The South was such a warm and welcoming place, but there really is no place like home. I'm honored to have the opportunity to move back home and join the Prospect family.
This will be my third year teaching fourth grade and I am so excited to be able to share this experience with the students of Prospect Elementary! I believe that children can change our world for the better, so I foster leadership in my classroom every day. While I hope that each and every student grows academically, I consider it such an accomplishment to watch students take control of their own learning and help others take action for their education as well. I am looking forward to a great year with your students and to getting to know each of them!
Phone: 208-350-4000 ext. 1123
The best way to reach me during the day is through email. I check my e-mail at the end of the day and try to respond immediately during the school week. If you do not receive a reply within 24 hours, please reach out again. If you have an emergency or need to leave a message for your student, please call the front office and they can relay the message during instructional times.